The first is Crisis Communication, dealing with managing unexpected events that pose significant risks to the public requiring immediate action, such as natural disasters or top-level security events such as presidential inaugurations.
Critical Communication focuses on supporting day-to-day operations, emergency responses, 911 call centers, processing sites, etc. and internal information sharing within a public safety entity.
These scenarios not only require the deployment of reliable systems and technology, but also reliable solutions providers and their people to ensure public safety agencies can be as best prepared as they can possibly be.
The full article delves into:
- Preparing for Crisis Response: Hurricane Ian
- Not Just Reliable Connectivity; Reliable People
- Internet Connectivity for Temporary Crisis Response Sites
- A Critical Combination
“We are able to deploy a multitude of options, including Starlink successfully at these types of events. Our connectivity and the federal agency comms aren’t dependent on a single carrier or a single type of IP network. Dejero Smart Blending Technology is provider-agnostic, so it is not proprietary to one path or one provider,” said Jehan Karim, global director of business development at Dejero.
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